Mason and Ramaekers are on the show to discuss the effects of psilocybin on creativity and the role creativity plays in mental health.
Francoise joins us on Adventures Through The Mind to discuss the Mazatec mushroom tradition and her decade-long journey bridging ingenious wisdom with the western traction while appreciating under traditional mushrooms curanderas.
My lecture from Breaking Convention 2019 on how psilocybin can help us become whole people, trustworthy partners, and healthy citizens.
James W. Jesso explores the similarities between the relationship between shaikh and dervish within Sufism and working Psilocybin Mushrooms As A Spiritual Tool
Dr. Rosalind Watts joins us on the show to help breakdown and better understand the nuances of the psilocybin for depression trials she leads at Imperial College London, and the new trials she is currently leading.
I have been thoroughly impassioned by psychedelics for the last ten years. The experiences they have offered me, and the subsequent questions they awakened,…
James W. Jesso interviewed by Swedish political satirist Aron Flam for the DEKONSTRUKTIV KRITIK podcast
Comparing LSD to psilocybin is incredibly common, and understandably so. The subjective effects of these two molecules are remarkably similar in some ways, but they are also vastly different in many other ways.
How does attachment theory factor into dosing psilocybin mushrooms? And, is ‘five dried grams in silent darkness’ safe? I take the long road around to explore…
Paul Austin is also a microdosing expert and microdosing coach. He joins us on the show to talk all things microdosing, as well as the role microdosing will play in the integration of psychedelics into the modern world through increasing psychedelic literacy.
While Terence McKenna was selling out speaking events, Dennis McKenna was publishing peer-reviewed research papers. Terence sadly died in 2000, Dennis is still with us, and is in fact, with us directly on this episode of Adventures Through The Mind.
In this video, I explore some of the criticisms of Terence McKenna that have been showcased on my podcast, as well as my own thoughts on him and his ideas.
I ate the wild psilocybin mushrooms of San Jose del Pacifico in Mexico back in the summer of 2017. I went down there to trip with Kilindi Iyi, Dr Gerry, and Julian Palmer. This report is the meat of what I encounter during my trip.
Here are my thoughts on how I build a personally meaningful Ceremony with Psilocybin, Magic Mushrooms without cultural appropriation.
I shot this little video for an event called The Summer Of Love 3.0. They wanted me to do a well-wishes and send off to a group of people about to dose Syrian Rue and Psilocybin Truffles. I had a 3 min time limit and decided to talk about Courage, Presence, and Freedom.
“There’s no such thing as a bad trip” is a concept that is rising in popularity among experienced drug users. However, I don’t subscribe to this concept. To me, there is such a thing as a bad trip and it is determined by how we choose to deal with an uncomfortable experience.
This one goes into a pretty dark place at some points, including one of my first public explorations of my drug-induced psychosis episode back in 2009 and both of our dark encounters with ayahuasca. Plus a bunch of fun stuff too 😉
I knew this was going to be an opportunity of a lifetime, not only for myself but for you as well! There was a unique dynamic between us that morning and I knew I wanted to catch it for you. Enjoy!
Kilindi Iyi has come along and dismantled the concept of five dried grams as an apex of psilocybin intensity with his regular use of 30+ dried grams of psilocybin mushrooms…. 30 dried grams of psilocybin mushrooms, an ultra-high dose psilocybin experience.